Breaching the borders in AI - China as a scientific cooperation partner from a cultural perspective [finished]

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TU Dresden | Wintersemester 2022 / 2023 Breaching the borders in AI - China as a scientific cooperation partner from a cultural perspective [finished]

As a rising star in science and technology, China is increasingly attracting attention worldwide. Its leading research in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) holds the promise of enticing chances in connection with the question of where these developments are socially embedded. This speech addresses a major player in artificial intelligence research in the context of ethics and gender.

Date: Thursday, 02.03.2023, 6 p.m.
Speaker: Chi Ziesmann
Language: English
Location: Online via Zoom
Link: Please log in OPAL to see.

 

An event in the series Pillars & Umbrellas organised by CitizenScience.AI, the model project in the Gender Equality Strategy of ScaDS.AI Dresden/Leipzig.

Notes:

  • In order to be able to start the speech at 6 p.m. on time, the Zoom room will be accessible from 5:45 p.m. 
  • Neither a person's appearance nor their name can be used to reliably deduce their gender identity. We therefore would like to ask you to enter your name with the appropriate pronoun when you log in, or to let the speaker know in conversation how you would like to be addressed.
  • Please keep your microphone switched off for the duration of the speech and turn it on in the subsequent discussion section when you have been given the floor. 
  • Questions can be asked in the chat during the speech and in the discussion section.
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